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Crime Stoppers is appealing for help identifying two suspects wanted for purchasing thousands of dollars worth of products from a Vaughan business, allegedly using a fraudulent credit card.
Two men driving a U-Haul truck went into the Kolani Kitchen and Bath store on Hwy. 50 in Vaughan Sept. 20.
They allegedly bought more than $11,000 of bathroom products using a fraudulent RCB Visa credit card, Crime Stoppers said in a news release.
A photograph of one of the suspects has been released.
He is described as black, approximately 30 to 35 years old, standing six-feet tall and weighing about 220 lbs. He was wearing a green golf shirt, black pants and black shoes and had an earring in his left ear.
The other suspect is white with curly brown hair. He wearing a blue dress shirt, grey jeans and red shoes at the time of the incident.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), 1800222tips.com or by texting the tip to CRIMES (274637) starting with the word York
Read the full story over at York Region News.
This story was summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.
Devin Jones is the head writer and social media producer at Canadian Fraud News. Devin was raised in Toronto and is a graduate of the Ryerson University journalism program. As a former Digital Media editor at the Ryerson Review of Journalism, you can find Devin camera and coffee in hand, at his home photo studio.